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2025 WHC

 
Author jonathanfr
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#1 | Posted: 28 Feb 2022 04:58 

Author winterkjm
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#2 | Posted: 20 Mar 2022 19:33 | Edited by: winterkjm 
Here are the current most prominent nominations vying for 2025, though there are (in some cases) other domestic candidates considering the same year, these nominations currently appear to be given priority as more advanced and mature candidatures.

The Megaliths of Carnac and the Banks of Morbihan (France)

Application for registration in 2025

"The constitution of a dossier for an application involves several phases. We are now at the management plan, that is to say that we are putting in place the action plan to manage the monuments and the properties , explains the director. This is the last step before submitting the file to government authorities. The presentation of the application for registration to the UNESCO World Heritage Committee is scheduled for summer 2025." - Article February 2022

Petroglyphs in Bangudae Valley (Korea)

"Ulsan City has decided to submit a candidate application for world heritage registration to the Cultural Heritage Administration for registration as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the near future. The city plans to speed up the achievement of the goal of being inscribed on the World Heritage List by 2025 by reflecting the supplementary points pointed out during the selection process for the priority inscription list. The city expects that registration will be possible in 2025 if each process is passed without being withheld or rejected." - Article March 2022

Wanuskewin (Canada)

"Located just north of Saskatoon, the park first opened in 1992 and has become one of the most decorated non-profit tourism facilities in Canada—winning numerous awards to date, and setting out to achieve a World Heritage Site designation from UNESCO by 2025." - Article February 2022

Flinders Ranges (Australia)

- Tentative Listing of the Flinders Ranges World Heritage serial property 2021
- Prepare World Heritage Nomination Dossier 2021 to 2023
- Submit Nomination Dossier to UNESCO World Heritage Centre Feb 2024
- Independent evaluation of nomination by IUCN 2024 to 2025
- Estimated inscription on World Heritage List by World Heritage Committee 2025

https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/topics/flinders-ranges-world-heritage-nomination/nomination-process

Author Jurre
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#3 | Posted: 11 Apr 2022 16:57 
Another confirmation of the application of the Megaliths of Carnac and the Morbihan for the 2025 WHC:

Auray. Une exposition « pour s'approprier le dossier des mégalithes à l'Unesco »

The file should be closed in 2024, for registration, if all goes well, in 2025.

Author Durian
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#4 | Posted: 2 May 2022 05:43 
Thailand's Phu Phrabat

The report is a bit confusing on timeline, the reporter mentioned that the nomination dossier will be submit to UNESCO for 1st round evaluation on September 2023, 2nd round on December 2023 and final decision in Paris on March 2024! If I understand correctly it should mean the final decision should be during 2025 WHC Session. The government targets that Phu Phrabat should be WHS on time with Udon Thani International Horticultural Expo 2026.

https://www.thaipost.net/tac/culture-news/133328/

Author elsslots
Admin
#5 | Posted: 21 Jun 2022 03:51 
Let's pencil this in for 2025:
https://www.iraqinews.com/iraq/iraq-saudi-arabia-to-inscribe-zubaydah-route-on-the-unescos-world-heritage-list/
Iraq, Saudi Arabia to inscribe Zubaydah route on the UNESCO's World Heritage List

Author Assif
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#6 | Posted: 16 Jul 2022 15:08 | Edited by: Assif 

Author winterkjm
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#7 | Posted: 7 Aug 2022 16:41 
The Central Axis of Beijing (China)

"the central axis will be part of China's 2024 application project, as announced by authorities on Sunday."

"Lü said that to ensure the application can successfully be submitted in 2024, they need to hand the application materials and texts as of February 2023. "The preparation of the texts is in the final stage of polishing and translation," he noted. Lü added that all the preparations can be completed as of June 2023, allowing the Beijing Central Axis to better meet the standards of the World Heritage Site."

https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202208/1272425.shtml

Author davidyao
Partaker
#8 | Posted: 7 Aug 2022 19:23 
winterkjm
The Central Axis of Beijing 2024, not 2025

Author winterkjm
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#9 | Posted: 7 Aug 2022 19:51 | Edited by: winterkjm 
I was confused on which, but if it says submitted in 2024, that means 2025 it will be decided by the WHC. If as the quote above states "preparations can be completed by June 2023" that means the finalized dossier would logically be delivered by the February deadline in 2024. So I assume 2025 based on the admittedly confusing language of the article. Perhaps there are some articles in Mandarin (not translated) that would provide stronger confirmation?

We also have a confirmed or most likely nomination already identified for 2024. Though as we know, nominations can be delayed and state parties may have 2-3 candidates vying for specific years.

winterkjm:
WHC 2024
- Imperial Kiln Sites of Jingdezhen (China)


Author elsslots
Admin
#10 | Posted: 8 Aug 2022 00:40 
I read it that they are aiming for 2024 as well: "Lü said that to ensure the application can successfully be submitted in 2024, they need to hand the application materials and texts as of February 2023. "The preparation of the texts is in the final stage of polishing and translation," he noted."
But it may end up in a queue indeed.

Author winterkjm
Partaker
#11 | Posted: 8 Aug 2022 01:04 
Well, I will personally be pleased if its 2024!

Author winterkjm
Partaker
#12 | Posted: 14 Sep 2022 20:54 | Edited by: winterkjm 
The Diy Gid Biy Cultural Landscape of the Mandara Mountains (Cameroon) *Extension

Looks like the nomination is getting support through the upstream process. It is a site that Cameroon is proposing as an extension to Nigeria's Sukur Cultural Landscape.

https://www.journalducameroun.com/en/cameroon-unesco-evaluates-landscape-of-diy-gid-biy-as-world-heritage/

Author elsslots
Admin
#13 | Posted: 14 Sep 2022 23:32 
winterkjm:
The Diy Gid Biy Cultural Landscape of the Mandara Mountains (Cameroon) *Extension

For some reason, they're speaking about the Intangible Cultural Heritage List. But that can't be true (as Sukur isn't on it and this is a group of ruins)

Author Sjobe
Partaker
#14 | Posted: 28 Sep 2022 06:05 

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